Our Staff

 

Our Vet

Kathy Webb BVSc (Hons) BA MANZCVSc (Medicine of Horses)

Principal Veterinarian

Kathy moved to the district in 1987, loved the area and the community and married a local cattleman. Her interests are with all species, though especially horses, cattle and camelids. 

Qualifications and accreditations include:

  • Membership of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists (Medicine of Horses)
  • Full Year course in Medicine of Horses 
  • FEI 4* Endurance Veterinarian
  • FEI 4* Endurance Treatment Veterinarian
  • AERA/QERA Endurance Veterinarian
  • Post-Graduate Horse Dentistry Course including Power Float techniques
  • Accredited in Bull Breeding Soundness Evaluations
  • Accredited in Cattle Pregnancy Testing
  • Accredited in Microchipping
  • Accredited in Hendra Vaccinations

Memberships include:

  • Australian Small Animal Veterinarians
  • Australian Cattle Veterinarians
  • Equine Veterinarians Australia
  • Sheep, Camelid and Goat Veterinarians

Presently, Kathy is also undertaking study towards a Masters in Animal Studies (Farm Consultancy) and regularly participates in seminars and update courses as available either on-line or at venues. .

Kathy also enjoys riding and helping with the cattle on the home property “Gibbarnee”, down the Brisbane River way, and keeps an eye on the workhorses Cookie-Man and Monty, plus 2 filllies. At home, the family includes 3 boys (Bruce, James and Ryan), 2 happy little dogs (Buttons and Harry), and 2 attention-seeking cats called Pippa and Ben Rogue. Kathy has also ticked off a few boxes on her 'Bucket List', with being a member of the Nanango Ladies Panthers soccer team which won the Grand Final in 2013, and competing in two triathlons as the swimmer for Team Nanango Country Vets in 2013/14 being major personal achievements. As to whether this foolhardiness continues, is anyones' guess...

 

Our Veterinary Support Team

Karrie Ashby  

Certificate II in Animal Studies; enrolled Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing

Karrie has returned from working away for most of 2016 as a Jillaroo outback in the Gulf, and has resumed her duties as our main front desk receptionist and veterinary assistant. Karrie is now enrolled in the Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. Karrie originally completed a school-based traineeship with us through the local High School, gaining a Certificate II in Animal Studies at graduation at the end of 2014 then working full-time as a a very capable veterinary assistant here the following year.  

Karrie has 2 dogs named Rambo and Rascal, plus has now added a little Dachshund called Amani (expensive tastes!) and loves to ride her horse Jewels, when she can catch her. Karrie now also has a Clydesdale named Belle. Campdrafts, Rodeos and PBR's are just her thing. 

 

Serena Barber

Veterinary Assistant

Ryan Webb

Veterinary Assistant

Ryan works part-time on Mondays and Tuesdays. Ryan has grown up as a son of the clinic and really enjoys helping the Veterinarian (his mum) with all things veterinary. We greatly appreciate our clients saying hi to Ryan and encouraging him with his job. Ryan spent 2016 at TAFE learning numeracy, literacy and hospitality, and is now learning how to answer the phone and help out with the many jobs inherent in a Veterinary Clinic. Here he is pictured with one of the family dogs Harry (who's actually a girl dog but named after Harry Potter).